Henry "Light-Horse Harry" Lee Birth: Jan. 29, 1756 Death: Mar. 25, 1818 Revolutionary War Continental Army Officer, US Congressman. The father of Civil War Confederate General Robert E. Lee, his lightning raids against the British during the American Revolution earned him the nickname "Light-Horse Harry." He also wrote the famous epitaph of George Washington, "First in War, first in Peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen." American Revolutionary War

Horatio Gates, born July 26, 1727, was a Revolutionary War Continental General. In 1776, the Continental Congress commissioned Gates a Brigadier General and the first Adjutant General for the Army. He commanded the Northern Department and at the Battle of Saratoga, he forced British General John Burgoyne to surrender his whole army on October 17, 1777. took command of the Army of South and was defeated by British General Cornwallis at Camden, South Carolina in August 1780.

Lord Cornwallis was the leading British general in the Revolutionary War. He was the general who surrendered to George Washington at the Battle of Yorktown.

May 10, 1775 2nd Continental Congress names George Washington, supreme commander

Seventh Honorary American Citizen: Casimir Pulaski (1745–1779), Polish military officer who fought on the side of the American colonists against the British in the American Revolutionary War; member of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth nobility, politician who has been called "The Father of the American Cavalry",[8][9] enacted on November 6, 2009, posthumously

Louis XIV, roi de France et de Navarre (1638-1715) portrait en buste et en cuirasse, Charles Le Brun (1619-1690), vers 1662, Versailles, châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon © RMN (Château de Versailles) / Franck Raux

George Washington (1789-1797) is my favorite president and one my favorite people...ever!

Louis Antoine de Saint-Just

Eugène Rose de Beauharnais, (1781-1824) membre de la famille impériale, fils adoptif de Napoléon 1er, avec prédicat d'Altesse impériale, vice-roi d'Italie, prince de Venise, grand-duc de Francfort, duc de Leuchtenberg et prince d'Eichstätt. Commandant du 4e Corps d'Armée lors de la campagne de Russie (1812-1813), après le départ de Napoléon et la fuite de Murat, c'est lui qui ramène les restes de la Grande Armée jusqu'en Saxe, malgré les Russes et les Prussiens.

Lt. Robert E. Lee, Engineer by William Edward West

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